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EUREKA - Eureka Police responded to an alarm at a local business and discovered a burglary in progress.

This past Tuesday at 6:30 am, officers arrived near the 200-block of F Street and discovered two unknown suspects had forced entry then left the scene carrying several items of merchandise. Law enforcement followed leads and a day later conducted a probation search at...

Eureka - Eureka’s Problem Oriented Police were using heavy equipment Thursday to clean out a well-known homeless encampment.

At 8:30 in the morning, a work crew assisted officers in the green belt area at the foot of Del Norte Street. Campers were given notice this would happen three days ago. Crew members filled four 40-yard capacity dumpsters. Officials with the city say it is an...

WEITCHPEC - A Weitchpec man held four suspects at gunpoint after they allegedly burglarized his home.

Arrested were 29-year old Daniel Peck, 31-year old Katrina Inong, 34-year old Sally Ferris and 29-year old Don Suagi Colegrove. Around 3 am Thursday, Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a residence on Lake Prairie Road. A caretaker alerted the property owner that the four suspects who had...

Organizers and supporters of Fly Humboldt gathered Thursday for a final push to raise a 1 million-dollar minimum revenue guarantee.

The guarantee is like an insurance policy for airlines that are looking to start up service in an airport.

Fly Humboldt has been working to welcome additional air service to the Arcata-Eureka Airport.

The last time we checked in with them,...

In an attempt to address the distrust between police officers and community members following the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, President Obama has proposed body cameras for police officers.

On Monday the White House pledged $263 million in federal funding to provide 50,000 body cameras to police officers. There are approximately 800,000 police officers in the nation, so...

FERNDALE- A beloved Ferndale business owner, Trudy Williams, also known as the “Wonderful Candy Lady,” passed away peacefully on Thanksgiving.  

Trudy Williams moved to Ferndale in 1973.  In 1975, she took over her son’s candy business, and she named it Trudy’s Sweets and Treats.

"As she told me on more than one occasion, 'I sell candy, but my real business is being a grandmother...

EUREKA- Starting January 1st, the merger between the Eureka Fire Department and Humboldt Number 1 Fire Protection District will be complete.

Firefighters with Humboldt Bay Fire have technically stayed city or district employees. The department has been negotiating with the state to complete the consolidation, but until November, CalPERS would only allow the transfer if employees...

KORBEL- The California Redwood Company announced Thursday that they will close down their Korbel sawmill in February. 106 workers will lose their jobs said Senior Vice President Neal Ewald.

Officials said they will offer employment counseling and other services for employees for the next 60 days. Jobs that will be lost are positions that run the mill, such as millwrights, electricians,...

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